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From The Royal Mint Forum Page
This is part of a description of a 1938 penny.
The back of the coin has what appears to be a Roman soldier in a seat position. His right hand holds a three forked weapon. His left hand is draped over a shield which appears to have a cross emblasioned on it.
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1899 Shilling Enquiry!
My coin looks exactly like this, but its different on the other side.It says "one penny" and has a figure holding a pitchfork in his left hand and it looks like a shield in its right hand and person is sitting down. Looks like a helmet on the head.
Bev. S., Ohio, USA
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